Business & Technology
Communications in the Age of TechnologyThis one-semester freshman level course is provided in partnership with Great Oaks. It is designed to develop a wide variety of communication and technology skills that are necessary for success in high school and beyond. Students will learn computer operations and keyboarding skills. This course also introduces the student to the appropriate use of the internet, online databases, spreadsheets, and other library resources for research purposes. Students will also learn to use presentation software and other technologies that support communication and learning
Computer Software Integration (CSI)
This course is a continuation of Communications, using more advanced functions by integrating word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, and databases in a project based learning environment. Proper use of the keyboard and efficiency will continue to be stressed.
This one-semester introductory course provides the opportunity for students to develop a working knowledge of accounting concepts and principles. It will include the procedures used in opening an accounting system for a proprietorship, partnership, and corporation.
This one-semester course provides the opportunity to develop a deeper knowledge of accounting procedures and techniques used in solving business problems. Topics may include departmentalized accounting, control systems, management accounting, and cost accounting.
This one-semester course will introduce students to the world of business and prepare them for their economic roles of consumer, worker, and citizen. Some of the major topics covered will be banking, credit, car insurance and investments.
This one-semester course is designed for students with an interest in the legal system. Students will learn legal terminology that encompasses the major themes of law.
Introduction to Computer Programming
This one-semester course is an introduction to basic concepts of structured programming. The programming language used in this course is C++. The class is open to all students.
AP® Computer Programming
This year-long course is designed to prepare the student for the Computer Science A, Advanced Placement Test administered by the College Board in May each year. The host language for the class is Java. It is open to juniors and seniors who have completed Algebra II, have demonstrated math and writing skills adequate for the course, and have the teacher’s recommendation.
Technical Drawing I, II
In these courses, students will acquire basic skills in using the Auto-Cad Program. Students should have interest in Design, Architecture or Computer Drawing. The second year will enhance their knowledge and cover more skill areas.
In this one-semester course, students will gain an understanding of website development. This will include understanding important terms, HTML, and use of Dreamweaver software for Website Development.